This pin shows statistics of migration to the United States by immigrants. This pictures gives a specific example of how much immigration has made an impact on the United Stats, specifically in our own state.
This pin gives an overview of the impact immigrants have on the United States. It tells us that there are millions of immigrants in the United States today that make up our country, but there are only green cards issued every year.
You don't have to agree, but our opinions are worth nothing if they are ill-informed of the opposition.
MAPS: Where 37K illegal immigrant kids went, & where the rest are kept
Location of Illegal Children: Not surprisingly, Texans absorbed the largest share of illegal immigrant children this year -- but all 50 states are represented and even Virginia has found itself with more than unexpected new school pupils
Politics News: Real Immigration Boom Occurred 100 Years Ago
70 maps that explain America - Vox
Why Some GOP Governors are Not Suing Obama on Immigration – Latino Public Policy Foundation
“No human being is illegal. Border wall is ineffective. For many, no legal path to enter in first place.
Most Common Country of Origin of Legal Immigrants Other Than Mexico, 2012 Source: Department of Homeland Security. Map by Ben Blatt / Slate
The LGBT Undocumented: By the numbers (slide 4 of Source: Gary Gates, "LGBT Adult Immigrants in the United States" (Los Angeles: The Williams Institute,
Mexican Immigrants in the United States
The 50 Most Racist Political Uncle Remus, 1957 Version
Men and women quoted in media on abortion, women's rights etc.
Immigration Myths Busted: Common Myths about Immigration Debunked Myth: Immigrants frequently bring their extended relatives with them. Fact: U.S. citizens can only petition for spouses, children, parents and siblings. (7 of 9 slides; sources on slide 9) [click on this image to find a brief video and analysis of the racialized discourse of immigration in the United States]
This pin gives an interactive picture that shows the economic and political impact of immigrants, Latino and Asian, state by state across the United States.
Colorado's major cities, state flower, population, flag and state can be filled in on this printable state report.